Denver and Golden, Colorado (PRWEB) December 14, 2013
Ascendant Title announced The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) has approved their request to reduce the company’s closing fees for both purchase and refinance transactions. As part of their commitment to providing consumers with some of the most competitive closing fees in the state, Ascendant Title filed a request with DORA to reduce their closing fees in September. DORA’s approval of the filing has resulted in launch of Ascendant Title’s new $95 refinance closing fee, $100 loan closing fee and $100 real estate closing fee for home purchases.
The DORA approval marks the next stage in Ascendant Title’s incredible commitment to low cost quality, and made possible by efficient internal systems the company has put into place, in addition to the company’s ability to cut research and abstract cost due to their favored access to one of the largest data bases in Colorado. The high quality standards come in the form of both superior customer service and the actual title policies issued. Two of the top leading insurers, First American Title and Stewart Title, are Ascendant Title’s underwriters, so policy holders receive A+ accredited insurance policies, but at a much lower cost.
“At Ascendant Title saving money isn’t just a slogan, it is how we do business every day and we’ve proven that by working closely with DORA to bring consumers our new lower rates,” said David Miller, President of Ascendant Title. “Too often, the consumer is overlooked in the real estate transaction, but it is the consumer who is paying for the closing fees. It is time for our industry to put the focus back on the consumers, and consumers need to know they can receive A+ accredited policies without paying exorbitant closing fees. We’re proud to say our clients enjoy a savings of up to $600 over any other title company in Colorado,” said Miller.
The new closing fees also provides a tremendous opportunity for Realtors and Lenders to bring additional value to their clients. Providing their clients the opportunity to save money at closing, while receiving exceptional service at closing, enhances and amplifies the service they bring to their clients.
Furthermore, since Ascendant Title is locally owned and operated, they have decision making capabilities that most of the large corporate title companies don’t have. For Real Estate Professionals and Lenders, this means higher closing rates given decisions on individual transactions can be made at any given time.
Worried about hidden costs? Ascendant Title works to be very clear about what these incredible prices cover. For a refinance, $95 will, in most cases, pay for loan closing, up to two overnight or courier deliveries, up to two DOT release processings, one incoming and one outgoing wire, and document preparation and certification. For a new purchase, you can include loan closing, one courier or overnight delivery, and one incoming and outgoing wire all for only $100 loan closing fee, and you can include real estate closing, one courier or overnight delivery, and one incoming and outgoing wire for $100 real estate closing fee.
About Ascendant Title
Ascendant Title is a Colorado company, headquartered in Golden, and has been in business since 2004 offering nationwide title service. The company, operates 5 branch offices and 17 closing locations throughout the front range, and also offers mobile closings so clients can close almost anywhere at anytime in the state of Colorado with no additional cost. The company’s key values are speed, accuracy and superior customer service at the most competitive rates. Ascendant Title guarantees title commitments within 48 hours, and handles real estate transactions for Lenders, Mortgage Brokers, Vendor Management Companies, Commercial Developers and Real Estate Professionals. To learn more about Ascendant Title, visit them at http://www.atcolorado.com.